There are seven pieces of the downloadable contents (DLC) that have been released for by Bungie’s 2017 first-person shooter video game Destiny 2. Every package of downloadable content that has been added new player versus environment (PvE) missions and the versus player (PvP) modes, some new locals to visit, and new items for the players to make of. The first year of the game features two small to expansion packs. The First one is the CURSE OF OSIRIS in December 2017, which was accompanied by Warmind in May 2018. Year Two worked with one significant expansion and had three award content drops, available by way of an annual pass. The development was Forsaken, which was issued in September 2018 and has had the most considerable effect on the game thus far, emphasizing an overhaul on gameplay.
Upon the release of the third expansion, retailers issued Destiny 2: Forsaken Legendary Collection, which included Destiny 2 and all DLC up to and including Forsaken. The Destiny 2 Annual Pass was also made possible for the release of Forsaken, with its three content drops, “Season of the Forge”, “Season of the Drifter,” and “Season of Opulence,” released in December 2018, March 2019, and June 2019, respectively.
The TWAB itself contains no original game info, just some movies of the week and some community artist characteristics for a new merchandise line (including my man Brian Moncus), but the highlight is the communication of an announcement, that Season of Dawn is A) called Season of Dawn, and B) will debut in a reveal stream: December 4, 10 AM PT, 1 PM ET
Become that thing that goes bump in the night.
Play Destiny 2: Shadowkeep and conquer your fears.
— Destiny 2 (@DestinyTheGame) November 13, 2019
Year Three started with the fourth expansion, Shadowkeep, which was released in October 2019 as a standalone expansion, not requiring players to purchase any of the previous developments.